Even the most incomplete SCI may take months or years of rehabilitation.
My husband fell out of the attic about 2 1/2 years ago, suffering a TBI. After more than a year of intensive therapy, he was still unable to walk, talk, or use his right arm. After insurance benefits ran out, NeuroHope offered him a chance to continue his rehabilitation. Through their reduced-fee, self-pay program, he was able to resume his progress forward. He and I are deeply grateful for the existence of this remarkable facility and for the professional, knowledgeable, and caring staff. These people truly do offer hope and measurable results.
NeuroHope has made such a major impact in my life! I’ve been injured for over 15 years but I’ve gained so much more independence than I thought possible. I know without NeuroHope I would not have had the opportunity to realize it was possible.
NeuroHope was a game changer for me after my incomplete spinal cord injury. The knowledge, skills and finesse of the treatment team is unparalleled. There’s no way I would have reached my current level of functioning (walking again) without the team at NeuroHope, and the ability to attend their program regularly for over a year.
Two years ago, I sustained a C5/C6 spinal cord injury, which left me a quadriplegic. Returning home from the hospital, I was in need of a physical therapy program. I found that program with NeuroHope. NeuroHope has taken the time to design a physical therapy program to fit my rehabilitative needs. The staff is very dedicated and encouraging to me and my family. The one-on-one attention has been tremendous. NeuroHope offers affordable rehabilitation programs to the disabled that are not available anywhere in the Indianapolis area. I am so very thankful that I found NeuroHope.